Toulouse Lautrec Gallery

An impressive exhibition of selected lithographs that shed light on the talent and on the contemporary nature of this great French Master. This collection of lithographs was published in collaboration with the Toulouse-Lautrec Society and The Times of London. Lautrec, distancing himself from the traditional Impressionists who traditionally used no preparatory sketches in their works, used lines as the primary element of the artistic composition. Across a courageous and innovative style, Lautrec provoked a stylistic revolution. While the Impressionists concentrated on the research of light and therefore neglecting the human form, Lautrec embraced the personality behind the subject and the relationship between people and psychology.

Location: 
Chianciano Medieval Centre
What's inside: 
Rare Xylographies by the Toulouse-Lautrec Society and the Times of London
History of Lautrec